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North America's Oldest Single Malt

Worthy Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

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  • Worthy Canadian Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corp
  • Worthy Canadian Single Malt Whisky Bottle Front
  • Worthy Canadian Single Malt Whisky Bottle Back
  • Worthy Canadian Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corp front label
  • Worthy Canadian Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corp back label
  • Worthy Canadian Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corp box inside
$91.30

Description

 

10 Year old, 43% Alcohol/volume, 750ml

Special Edition for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps.

For each bottle of Worthy sold, $5 will go to the Armoured Branch Trust of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps Association (Cavalry) to support the objectives of the Trust which are:

  • Preservation of the Corps heritage, notably the historic collection named in Worthy's honour;
  • Fostering and supporting the well-being of the regiment and the RCAC School, and;
  • Maintaining the grave site of MGen and Mrs. F.F. Worthington at Camp Borden.

MGen F.F. Worthington

  • First commandant of the Canadian Tank School (later renamed as the Corps School) 1936-1940
  • Drafted and implemented the plan to create the Canadian Armoured Corps, 13 August 1940
  • Commander 1st Canadian Army Tank Brigade, 1941
  • Commander 4th Canadian Armoured Division, 1942-1944
  • First and longest serving Colonel Commandant of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

His nickname, "Worthy," became the motto of the Corps that he founded.

 

MGen F.F. Worthington

  • Premier commandant de l'École canadianne de chars (rebaptisé plus tard École du Corps blindé) 1936-1940
  • Élaboration et mise en oeuvre du plan du création du Corps blindé canadien, 13 août 1940
  • Commandant de la 1re Brigade blindée d l'Armée canadienne, 1941
  • Commandant de la 4e Division blindée canadienne, 1942-1944
  • Premier colonel commandant du Corps blindé royal canadien et celui qi a occupé ce poste le plus longtemps, 1948-1967

Son surnom de "Worthy" est devenu la devise du Corps qu'il a fondé.

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12 Reviews

  • 5

    Royal Canadian Armoured Corps Single Malt Whisky

    Posted by David Kennedy on 2022 Dec 20th

    Excellent quality with a great taste. Shared it with my friends and they all loved it.

  • 5

    Worthy 10 year

    Posted by Boucher JA on 2022 Oct 10th

    One of the finest product on the actual marquet for thia type of hard liquor.

  • 5

    tasting

    Posted by Mike Berube on 2022 Jul 14th

    very smooth taste

  • 5

    Glen Breton

    Posted by william andrew richard dunster. on 2022 May 31st

    Absolutely delicious

  • 5

    Worthy Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

    Posted by Donald Abbott on 2022 May 9th

    As I am not a whisky drinker, I can not comment on the drink. I mainly bought the product (Worthy Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps) as a keepsake and collectable as I am a member of the Canadian Forces, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps.

  • 5

    Worthy

    Posted by Larry Beaton on 2022 Apr 21st

    Excellent

  • 5

    Excellent

    Posted by Paul Hodgert on 2022 Apr 21st

    Smooooooth. Sip slowly. Enjoy

  • 4

    Worthy Single Malt

    Posted by Kevin Spencer on 2022 Apr 18th

    Very smooth, excellent taste and finish.

  • 5

    Special Edition RCAC 10 Year Old

    Posted by Mark Morse on 2022 Apr 13th

    Very nice still enjoying it. This is the 2nd bottle of your 10 year old I have purchased

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